1. Enlightenment Engine. Suffering being in - Happy
Programmed learning modules could be set up for all practices / lineages. You progress as you succeed in each practice, including practice in meditation / absorptions. This can be developed from within each lineage, with links to living Masters / sources of empowerment / on-line / off-line transmission / reading authorization, live webcasts, recorded explanations, retreat opportunities and support groups, as appropriate. Many poor people have access to the web, through libraries, schools, or through friends, but lack the resources to go to teachings and or buy Dharma media. This could help make practices available in a useful way.
Massimo Catalfo, http://www.casedellabucca.info
, has made a brilliant and kindly, usable multimedia module on Tara, using resources from ChNNR. Works for me. For various reasons it has not been released. While it is not "programed learning" the source material could easily be adapted.
2. On-line library of all the teachings by each Master in hyper-linked cross reference, for all media. Access to be controlled by each lineage holder, but stored in a common place on the cloud. Many poor people have access to the web, through libraries, schools, or through friends, but lack the resources to go to teachings and or buy Dharma media. This could help make practices available in a useful way.
3. It would be helpful if there were a website not just listing the world wide Teaching schedules of all Masters, but also cross referencing Teachings by type, time-line and price. (Perhaps we need to invent a Dewey Decimal index of practices.) A newcomer, looking at the swirl of confusion/ massive information overload, on the web, has little clue, and finds Teachers / Teachings by happenstance and karma.
A responsible,vetted web site (perhaps Dharma Wheel) could help a lot, with a cross referenced data base of Teachers, Teachings, Time Lines, schedules and prices.
This could be a simple language, clearly presented, starting point for Buddhist spiritual seekers.
The key point is not to replace or change, in the slightest, any current Teaching structures or methods, but to provide additional resources, free on the web, for Buddhist spiritual seekers for whom the current resources fail to engage. Maybe this can be called Easy Dharma.
May this be of use to someone!
Long life to the Masters, may they live long, in good health, and with success in all things.